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A package for sending live push notification with pusher

dev-master 2017-10-14 07:34 UTC

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Last update: 2021-03-17 18:38:52 UTC


Now It's not hard to broadcast events through public or private channels, you can send notify to specific or collection of users,


  • composer require "farzin/easy-pusher":"dev-master"

Add Service Providers

  • Vinkla\Pusher\PusherServiceProvider::class
  • Farzin\EasyPusher\EasyPusherServiceProvider::class

Add Facade

'EasyPusher' => Farzin\EasyPusher\EasyPusherFacade::class

JS Guide:

first you need add pusher.js to your html file <script src="https://js.pusher.com/4.1/pusher.min.js"></script>

//For Private Channels: 

 window.userId = '{{ auth()->check() ? auth()->user()->id : null}}';
    Pusher.logToConsole = true;
    var pusherPrivate = new Pusher('YOUR PUSHER KEY', {
        authEndpoint: '/easy-pusher/auth',
        auth: {
            headers: {
                'X-CSRF-TOKEN': '{{ csrf_token() }}'
        cluster: 'us2',
        encrypted: true
    var pusherPublic = new Pusher('YOUR PUSHER KEY', {
        cluster: 'us2',
        encrypted: true
    var channels = {!! json_encode(config('easy-pusher.channels')) !!};
    for(var i = 0; i < channels.length; i++) {
        var channel = channels[i];
        if (channel.match(/^(private).*/)) {
            pusherPrivate.subscribe(channel + '.' + window.userId);
        } else {
    pusherPublic.bind('sample-event', function () {

Back End Guide:

first you need publish config file: php artisan vendor:publish then in easy-pusher.php config file your need to define your channels, for private channels prefix with 'private';

return [
    'channels' => [
        'private-sample-channel', //prefix with public or private

for broadcasting events

use EasyPusher;

//broadcast event to public channels
EasyPusher::withEvent('sample-event')->withData(array $data)->send();

//for private channels

//collection of users
EasyPusher::withEvent('sample-event')->toUsers(Collection $users)->withData(array $data)->send();

//specific user | user Model
EasyPusher::withEvent('sample-event')->toUser($user)->withData(array $data)->send();

you can pass event name as string or qualified class name.